The OP has mentioned the infamy in several posts on various boards but has yet to reply when asked why he calls it Infamous !
Julie Adams made four guest appearances on Perry Mason; the most memorable was the 1963 episode, "The Case of the Deadly Verdict," when she played Janice Barton, Mason's only convicted client during the show's nine-year run on CBS
martin, I know what he thinks he means ... RIP-imdb keeps calling it infamous and then when asked "WHY" and to elaborate, he refuses to reply. He read the question and "liked" it ! as for the episode …. He is wrong ! According to the IMDb pages , Julie Adams was NOT in the case that Mason lost
"Perry Mason didn't win every case. In fact, at least three decisions went against him: season six, episode twenty-eight, "The Case of the Witless Witness", began with a judgment being handed down against Perry at the beginning. This was his only loss that was not reversed. "
LINKwww.imdb.com/title/tt0673436/?ref_=ttep_ep28 "Perry Mason did lose one case during the series. During the very beginning scene in a courtroom in this episode, the judge and Perry Mason are discussing Perry Mason's losing a case by arguing bad law. The judge suggested Perry take it to a higher court but Perry told the judge it wouldn't be worth it since the judge's decisions hadn't been overturned in 20 years." The other two losses were overturned. In season one, episode thirty-eight, "The Case of the Terrified Typist", a jury returns a guilty verdict against Perry's client, giving Hamilton Burger goose bumps thinking he'd finally beaten Mason. Alas, Perry is still able to clear the defendant.
This is the one with Julie Adams in it Mason's most famous "loss" occurred in season seven, episode four, "The Case of the Deadly Verdict" The show uncharacteristically opened in the courtroom. A decision is being handed down. Perry's client is found guilty of murdering her aunt for money. To pump up interest in this particular case, which ran in October 1963, teasers were released to the press that in September, the official beginning of the 1963 to 1964 season, Will Perry lose his biggest case ever? It also pointed out that the big question was, can Perry and his client reverse the circumstances just before the final commercial?" They did, of course.